January 21, 2015 at 7:27 pmParticipant
January 22, 2015 at 7:57 pmParticipant
I’m guessing that this is possibly one of the more obscure cars built by Guy Motors, or one of Varley-Woods vehicles which were built by Turners. I know Guy Motors dabbled with car manufacture for a time before concentrating on commercial vehicles, and they did have an open tourer out around the early 1920s.
Varley-Woods didn’t have a great deal of success with their models, and I believe they were only in production for about a year.
I’m going for Guy Motors.
January 22, 2015 at 8:23 pmParticipant
You are spot on Tony, My book says, In 1919 the inclined valve an head design was used for a V-eight engine, the first of this type produced in England, and was used in the Guy touring car.
So here we see The 1919 Guy eight-cylinder Car.
Below the old cellar head.
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